It was like a museum piece, or a bit of artillery on the field at a civil war reenactment.
Fig. 48 is a Museum piece of the same period, the marquetry work on which is very fine—the top being most elaborately inlaid.
It's what your friend Ruthven Smith would call a 'museum piece,' if you showed it to him.
It was a museum piece, but the blue-black hull was as smooth and unblemished as the day it had left fabrication.
To-day's monstrosity is day-after-tomorrow's art treasure just as today's museum piece is day-before-yesterday's monstrosity.
It was an animal rug, a museum piece; rubies and sapphires and emeralds and topaz melted into wool.
The car was a museum piece, and as Warble caromed into its cushions she felt that her lines had fallen in pleasant places.
Anything that would float was being used since the war began, though a coal-burning ship was almost a museum piece.
In the beginning the street had been preserved as a museum piece while the cartel city had grown up around it.